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Russell Waters of Phillips Ormonde & Fitzpatrick presents a guide to prosecuting and protecting trade marks in Australia, including the importance of dealing with objections to a filing in plenty of time

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How China is changing - new blog post by Emma Barraclough http://t.co/OvbeVuAGfO Is she right about improving litigation environment?

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United States: Court expands "something more" standard #trademark (sponsored) http://t.co/Atxl0BoVgg

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